Rejiggering the history of postwar Germany into a Shel Silverstein–ish fairy tale about bunnies, Bartek Konopka’s quasi-doc spins the unlikely yarn of the Berlin Wall rabbit community, as wild bunnies were inadvertently trapped in the “Death Zone” between the two parallel halves upon construction and then happily thrived—and bred, into thousands—for almost 30 years, as East-West tension boiled around them. The little lapine scamps had found their Shangri-La right in the middle of the Cold War, and were lovingly photographed by entranced tourists on either side of the schism. If... More >>>